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      08-09-2007, 09:25 AM   #1
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Installed: H&R Sport Springs, CSL 19s ET30, ZHP Sport Shocks - Montego Blue.

Hey Guys,
I know that some of you have been asking for pics of my setup.
I apologize, I've been extremely busy with work and when I do have time, the car has been really dirty.
Anyways, got the car cleaned up yesterday and took some pics.

Here is the link that I posted up:

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showth...68#post1265268

Enjoy.
I did install the H&R Sport Springs myself, yes it is a pain and takes some time but not extremely difficult. I am also use to working on my other cars.

Let me know if you have any questions or need more pics. Hopefully I will meet up with some of you in person one of these days.

Take Care.
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Thanks!
I'd say i'm pretty darn happy about the way it turned out.
I think it is a beauty!


Just gotta keep it clean.
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I saw, thanks for sharing...really I'm hot for montego blue In a coupla months we'll be the montego blue on 19s duo
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Lookin' good, dude. It would've been convenient to install the alarm system while you were doing the springs

How do you like the ride quality and handling now?
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looks very nice!
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Thanks guys!
I really love the Montego Blue, the color is different but not obnoxious.
My old S4 was the Nogaro Blue which was also a very nice blue. The Montego Blue changes with the lighting and I am very happy with it.

The car handles great!
I thought the car handled good before but now with the lower center of gravity and stiffer springs, the car feels extremely well balanced through turns and long sweepers.

With the stock sport shocks, it can get a little bouncy once in a while but only really noticeable when I driver over multiple bumps in a row. It is not annoying but I do notice it since I am into racing cars. The average driver should not notice much of a difference. The stock sport shocks are holding up very well.

The alarm install wasn't too difficult at all. Took more time taking off the wheel liner than anything else. I also have (2) Jacks and multple jack stands with a lot of different tools, including a cordless impact wrench, all which help work on the car.

For $240 on the H&R Springs, well worth the money for the performance and appearance!
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I saw, thanks for sharing...really I'm hot for montego blue In a coupla months we'll be the montego blue on 19s duo
That'll be cool!

You got some nice rims as well. Makes me jealous. Can't afford the bling bling wheels anymore, got a baby in the family.

Did you get your curb scuff fixed up?

Makes you want to cry huh?
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